GETTING 1,000 NEW DONORS
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10/4/2016
When: October 4th, 2016
9:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Where: CT Nonprofit Center
75 Charter Oak Avenue
Suite 1-100
Hartford, Connecticut  06106
United States
Contact: Patrick McKenna
860-525-5080


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A comprehensive one-day course on the technology-powered approach for attracting new donors, advocates and volunteers. 

  • Learn the simple, proven and effective strategies for finding new donor prospects, engaging them with your organization’s mission and turning them into supporters
  • Discover the power of the “Online Engagement Funnel” and learn how each and every step is carefully explained and mapped out for you to find, engage and convert your new donors
  • Harness the power of nonprofit technology and nonprofit marketing to bring your organization’s fundraising into the 21st century

This course is for executive directors, development and communication staff, and board chairs and development committee members. 


Pricing:  $145 for members; $195 for nonmembers.  Approved for 6 CFRE credits.


CT Alliance Member Bonus


$50 Discount for each additional person ($95 per person) from your organization.

 

Plus,  a 1 month subscription/person (a $19 value) to the iMission’s online, on-demand learning platform. This platform provides the resources that help you transform class learning into an actionable process bringing new supporters to your organization.


 Instructor:  Rob Leighton, Founder and Executive Director of the iMission Institute. iMission Institute provides online and traditional training to entrepreneurial nonprofits staff and board members.

 

 Here’s what people are saying about iMission Institute’s training.


 “Excellent courses, both strategic and actionable …a cohesive framework for stakeholder engagement allowing us to accelerate progress toward a statewide low carbon future." – Don Strait, President, Connecticut Fund for Environment.

 

 “We learned the strategies for attracting new donors and continuing to keep them engaged … and then put them into practice and saw significant increases in donor prospects and new donors.” – Susan Stein, Director of Development, Center for Children’s Advocacy

 

 "iMission turned our networks on by teaching us how to engage our stakeholders … we've put this methods into action and  are getting results while laying the groundwork for the future." – Don Maleto, Executive Director of the Boys & Girls Club.